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  • Chantenay Carrot-Organic-Heirloom

    Chantenay Carrot-Organic-Heirloom

    60 days

    Longer roots than Red-Cored Chantenay, 7-8 inch long, 2 ½ inches wide at the crown. Very good bolt-resistance. Great storage and juicing carrot. This carrot is very popular with gardeners with heavy soil.
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  • ZAPALLITO DE TRONCO SQUASH

    ZAPALLITO DE TRONCO SQUASH

    60 days

    Back by popular demand. Dark green, round, glossy fruits. Interiors are golden and flavorful with an appealing texture; a new taste in summer squash. Can be eaten when small (2½-4 inches) as a summer squash or left to mature to the fully ribbed state and used as a winter squash.



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  • BLOOMSDALE LONG-STANDING SPINACH - Organic

    BLOOMSDALE LONG-STANDING SPINACH - Organic

    39 days

    Large, spreading, deep green, curled leaves. Good yielding classic home garden variety. Dependable; fairly resistant to bolting. Can be sown in fall for spring harvest in protected locations. Stands well, even in hot weather.
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  • EVERLASTING SPINACH * Organic

    EVERLASTING SPINACH * Organic

    Really lives up to its name. Selected for non-bolting; virtually bolt proof and now a biennial. Can sow very early. Begins baby leaf production in 48 days and keeps producing through November. Likely to emerge from the snow in Spring. Fine stemmed with semi savoyed leaves. Beautifully fills in that long day spinach void.
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  • NOBEL GIANT SPINACH

    NOBEL GIANT SPINACH

    Huge but tender, smooth triangular dark green leaves with blunt tips. Vigorous plants that are slow to bolt.
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  • TYEE SPINACH

    TYEE SPINACH

    42 days.
    Highly recommended slow bolting variety. Dark green savoyed leaves stand upright and stay cleaner. Tyee is uniform and good tasting - a perfect summer variety for the market farmer and home gardener. Can also be planted in fall for first spring salads.
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  • AMERICAN PURPLE TOP RUTABAGA

    AMERICAN PURPLE TOP RUTABAGA

    80 days

    A variety developed in Canada which has become extremely popular throughout North America. Purple topped roots with pale yellow fine-grained flesh. Nearly round 4-6 inch roots are free of branching.
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  • JOAN RUTABAGA *Organic

    JOAN RUTABAGA *Organic

    One of the best Rutabagas you can grow. Uniform purple topped round toots with yellow flesh. Sweeter and milder than other types. Hard frost improves the flavor
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  • CHAMPION RADISH *Organic

    CHAMPION RADISH *Organic

    20 days.

    Our most popular radish year after year. Easy to grow. This tasty, red, silver dollar sized radish isn't too hot. Stands well in the garden without getting woody. Cold tolerant.



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    All American Selection
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  • CHERRY BELLE RADISH -Organic

    CHERRY BELLE RADISH -Organic

    25 days

    A bright round cherry red outside with a snow white inside, very crisp and sweet. Good yields. Roots 3/4-1\" long.



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  • DAIKON

    DAIKON

    65 days.

    AKA Giant German Beer Radish. Pure white, long, 12-18" roots. Crisp, firm flesh. Fine for spring or late summer planting! Can be hot!
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  • YELLOW ZUCCHINI SQUASH * Heirloom

    YELLOW ZUCCHINI SQUASH * Heirloom

    45 days.
    Best of the golden zucchinis. More uniform and without the off types of Gold Rush. Striking golden color, productive throughout the season. Plant is semi-spineless, too. High marketable yield for truck farmers.



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